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Pakistan's Military-Democracy Complex

Faisel Pervaiz
South Asia Analyst, Stratfor
Feb 2, 2016 | 09:16 GMT
Pakistani soldiers deploy in Karachi, Pakistan. The army has always been important in Pakistani politics, but civilian leaders are gaining political power of their own to reinforce their burgeoning democratic ideals. The military's role in governance will have to change if it wishes to remain relevant.
Pakistani soldiers deploy in Karachi, Pakistan. The army has always been important in Pakistani politics, but civilian leaders are gaining political power of their own to reinforce their burgeoning democratic ideals. The military's role in governance will have to change if it wishes to remain relevant.
(ASIF HASSAN/AFP/Getty Images)

The army has always been important in Pakistani politics, but civilian leaders are gaining political power of their own. The military's role in governance will have to change if it wishes to remain relevant. ...

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